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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants
Unfortunately, most insurance companies do not pay for dental implants. Our treatment centre offers third party financing with Health Smart Financial and Financeit to make dental implants accessible to more people. Dental implants are considered a medical expense and can be deducted from your income tax.
That depends on your private insurance policy. You must contact your insurance provider for more information on the coverage they provide.
The cost of Computer Guided Dental Implants depends on the type and complexity of solution that’s right for you. To get an accurate estimate of the cost of your implant, book a consultation with our team.
Computer Guided Dental implants have one of the highest long-term success rates of any dental procedure (at 95% or better!). The titanium material from which the post is made is very compatible with your jaw and ensures long-term success.
No. There is a slightly higher risk for complications which can be discussed at your consultation.
Computer Guided technology allows us to work with exacting precision. That means having the accuracy needed to avoid nerves and minimize pain, bleeding and discomfort. Computer Guided Dental Implants heal more swiftly then with traditional methods so you feel better faster.
It all depends on the technique used. The traditional way of placing an implant involves cutting the gum tissue open and peeling it back to reveal the bone in order to place the implant. As you might imagine, the exposure of the bone to air, saliva etc. And the gum tissue healing process can result in significant discomfort for a week or so. Our preferred way of placing a dental implant is the computer- guided implant placement technique. It is based on virtual dental implant planning in a 3d x-ray, which is then converted into a precise surgical guide which in turn is used to place the implant through a minimal (~4mm) opening in the gum tissue. No stitches are necessary and there is almost no discomfort, swelling, bleeding, bruising etc. We firmly believe that this minimally invasive approach is the best method of placing a dental implant that is available anywhere today.
No. There is a slightly higher risk for complications, but that can be discussed at your consultation.
Dental implants have one of the highest long-term success rates of any dental procedure (at 95% or better). The titanium material, from which they are made, is very biocompatible with the human body and ensures long-term success. Titanium has been used for more than 50 years in medical and dental procedures with no significant adverse effects.
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Some private insurance plans have partial reimbursements for dental implants but they vary depending on the company. You should speak directly to your insurance provider for the coverage offered.
Our treatment centre offers affordable payment plans to make dental implants more accessible to more people. Dental implants are also considered a medical expense and can be deducted from your income tax.